2020-21 Term III Learning Resources

Click for Term III Hybrid and Distance Learning Individual Class Schedules for (March 15 – June 4)

Virtual Classroom

Both Hybrid and Distance learners will use these Virtual Classroom links. Click the grade, and then click the date you are looking for.

Kindergarten 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
5th 6th 7th 8th  
Special Education Newcomer Page      

Term III Discovery UMN Flagship Speakers

Returning your iPad

On the first Monday of a student’s return to Monday through Friday in-person learning, K-6 in-person learners must return their school-issued iPads and chargers. They will no longer need this equipment because they will no longer have Virtual Classroom lessons. (Students in grades 7 and 8 will keep their iPads until early June.)

 iPad and charger return instructions:

  1. Locate iPad and charger issued by Yinghua.
  2. On iPad, if using any Apple IDs, sign out.
  3. Erase everything on iPad: Settings menu > General > Reset > Erase all content and settings.
  4. Clean: Use cloth to remove fingerprints, dirt, dust, spots.
  5. Sanitize: Use disinfecting wipe to sanitize iPad and charger*.
  6. Label zip-closure or other transparent plastic sack with student’s first name, last name, and homeroom. *If you do not have disinfecting wipes, write “NOT SANITIZED” on a sack.
  7. Place iPad and charger in the labeled sack.
  8. Bring labeled sack to school on the date listed below.
  9. Follow staff and/or teacher instructions to place labeled sack in the iPad return area.
  • March 15: K-1st
  • March 29: 2nd-4th
  • April 5: 5th-6th

Option to purchase: Complete this form (https://forms.gle/C3PWsd2AB1wW1c157) if you are interested in purchasing older generation iPads. Once we receive your payment, Dr. Chu will let you know when they are ready to pick up. This link is also posted on www.yinghuaacademy.org > Current Families > Forms > Purchase a Yinghua iPad.

Attendance during the pandemic

Refer to this document to review the 2020-2021 Term II attendance procedures.

Online and Distance-Learning Etiquette and Behavior Expectations

We ask parents and guardians to review the document “Online Etiquette and Behavior” with their children. This document includes sections on zoom etiquette, Virtual Classroom expectations, student online profiles, and student email accounts. 

Chinese Language Arts Resources

English Language Arts Resources

Math Resources

Resources (general)

2020-21 Term I Page

2021-21 Term II Hybrid and Distance Learning Individual Class Schedules for (2/17 – 3/05)